How do I adjust the humidity on my ResMed S9?

How do I adjust the humidity on my ResMed S9?

For humidity: Turn the dial to highlight the water drop icon; push the dial, turning the background yellow. Then turn the dial again to set the humidity (1–6, default setting is 3). Push the dial once more to set the new humidity level.

Can the ResMed S9 be used without humidifier?

A. The device will work without water in the tub but you’ll need to insert it into the device and turn humidification off in the My Options menu. If you don’t want to use the humidifier, you’ll need to insert a side cover into the device.

Is ResMed S9 a BiPAP?

The ResMed S9 VPAP™ Auto Bi-Level (BiPAP) is a fully-integrated auto-adjusting bilevel machine designed to address compliance in non-compliant obstructive sleep apnea patient needs.

What setting should my CPAP humidifier be on?

In general, you should start at a humidity level setting of 3 and adjust up or down by 0.5 to address any drying or rainout issues. When using ClimateLine™ heated tubing, we recommend using Auto mode, which defaults to a Climate Control setting of approximately 27°C.

Can I use tap water in my CPAP?

As a best practice, avoid using tap water with your CPAP as it will leave behind hard calcified deposits when it evaporates from the humidifier water chamber. Over time, this buildup can feed fungal growth and affect your CPAP tubing, which can shorten the replacement schedule for your CPAP equipment.

How old is the ResMed S9?

The ResMed S9 CPAP machine series was roughly available between the years 2010-15.

How do I setup my ResMed CPAP machine?

Place the device on a stable level surface. Plug the power connector into the rear of the device. Connect one end of the power cord into the power supply unit and the other end into the power outlet. Connect the air tubing firmly to the air outlet located on the rear of the device.

Is ResMed coming out with a new CPAP?

Connected sleep devicemaker ResMed today released the AirSense 11, its latest CPAP machine iteration, which includes a host of new features to treat obstructive sleep apnea. The new machine has many of the same specs as ResMed’s previous device, the AirSense 10, but also includes exclusive access to new features.

What is the difference between BiPAP and Vpap?

Variable positive airway pressure (VPAP) machines are ventilators that are similar to a BiPAP machine. The VPAP is produced by a company called ResMed, while the BiPAP is manufactured by the company Respironics. Both machines work to achieve a similar result.

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